Tinatin Kilaberidze is a Georgian interior designer and architect who established in New York in 1991.
Currently, she is the interest of Manhatten’s Upper East Side, Valerie Goodman Gallery. The establishment will be exhibiting her recent creations ranging from wallpapers and furniture to lighting installations. The presentations will remain until December 9th.
The furniture displays have been tailored from her preferred material- pure wood. Examples of her uniquely designed furniture include angular and pointed tables and consoles.
Additionally, her wallpapers stem from geometrical inspirations. The patterns adorning the wallpapers arise from the creative influences of drawings representing the hues of Kilaberidze’s Japanese kimonos.
“Finding the right form and shape to keep the integrity of any natural or man-made material is fascinating,” Kilaberidze says.
Although, she admits that it was her hometown, Tbilisi, that she credits for exposing her to the similarities between the Eastern and the Western interior designs.